Is the New South African Covid Variant more Hysteria? Is the Variant's Top Promoter Lawrence Young the New Fauci for the Covid Industry?
Money is always the motive. Covid is now an industry unto itself. Jabs, pills, tests, needles, etc. Boosters, supplying other countries. A never-ending revenue stream. The public-private partnership needs to keep the illusion of a pandemic going.....https://www.nytimes.com/2021/11/17/us/covid-vaccines-supply.html?campaign_id=60&instance_id=0&nl=breaking-news&ref=cta& regi_id=67060589&segment_id=74590&user_id=946b3eb5f3571706bfe41e8669b46ee9 - Unreported Truths website [https://alexberenson.substack.com/p/another-major-red-flag-about-covid]
AP has a new star for the Covid industry named Lawrence Young who they even quote ahead of the old star Anthony Fauci:
Lawrence Young, a virologist at the University of Warwick, described omicron as “the most heavily mutated version of the virus we have seen,” including potentially worrying changes never before seen all in the same virus.
Dr. Anthony Fauci, the U.S.′ top infectious diseases doctor, said American officials had arranged a call with their South African counterparts later on Friday to find out more details and said there was no indication the variant had yet arrived in the U.S. [https://apnews.com/article/coronavirus-new-variant-omicron-explainer-116ef818ac4a8e7bc23bb28d6511ecad]
Even the conservative Epoch Times is quoting him:
Lawrence Young, a virologist at the University of Warwick, said to AP that the variant “looks like it’s spreading rapidly,” even though it’s currently found only in parts of South Africa. [https://www.theepochtimes.com/mkt_morningbrief/the-new-covid-19-variant-from-south-africa-what-we-know-so-far_4125920.html?utm_source=Morningbrief&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=mb-2021-11-27&mktids=a0dba2ca5b2f48254fef0bdb19481bcc&est=dtKcY0SlIqMVFe2pF%2FhbZ1qlX8nfctGxtOZT8FVMRw%2Bm82LjWYsKeDrOIgmA]
It appears that Young has a way with hysteria words.
Now, here is what the science website Nature said two days ago:
So far, the threat B.1.1.529 poses beyond South Africa is far from clear, researchers say. It is also unclear whether the variant is more transmissible than Delta, says Moore, because there are currently low numbers of COVID-19 cases in South Africa. “We’re in a lull,” she says. Katzourakis says that countries where Delta is highly prevalent should be watching for signs of B.1.1.529. “We need to see what this virus does in terms of competitive success and whether it will increase in prevalence.”
doi: https://doi.org/10.1038/d41586-021-03552-w [https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-021-03552-w]
Who is Young who works at the University of Warwick?
He seems to be a big promoter of the mask on YouTube:
'Warwick virologist says 'keep wearing a face covering and get vaccinated'" [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uh_PFHymfbg]
Journalist Roy Exum reported on the mask:
"[T]wo of my most trusted medical voices, unbeknownst to one another, have told me the drug store masks that we have worn for at least a year are virtually useless in our attempts to throttle COVID, and now the treacherous Delta variant. Yet I can go to six of the top six sources for COVID information and be told that by all means to mask. The amount of false and misleading information that is being perpetuated on the American people borders on idiocy.
Yet in my copy of the Epoch Times this week, well-known medical writer Dr. Peter Weiss MD has written an article, “Unmasking Masking” that I believe is a “must read” for everyone in America. [https://www.chattanoogan.com/2021/8/16/432940/Roy-Exum-Unmasking-The-Masks.aspx]
Is the UK University of Warwick where he works possibly in the Covid industry?
The Research Professional News in the post "Funding trails the pandemic" reported:
Around the UK, researchers, engineers and innovators are working flat out to help defeat the coronavirus pandemic. A chemistry lab at Warwick University is making hand sanitisers for the National Health Service, while academics at University College London are engineering ventilators for hospitals.
Other scientists have rushed to launch studies and trials into diagnostic tools to detect the coronavirus, as well as vaccine candidates and therapies that it is hoped will defeat the disease it causes in the months—or perhaps years—to come.
Some have already claimed significant sums from government for such work. [https://www.researchprofessionalnews.com/rr-news-uk-universities-2020-4-funding-trails-the-pandemic/]
Might the Covid industry and Fauci lie to us?
In June, renowned journalist Glenn Greenwald and Co-Founder of The Intercept reported on Anthony Fauci and the Deep State elites' history of lying on government bio-labs:
One of the most significant events of the last two decades has been largely memory-holed: the October, 2001 anthrax attacks in the U.S. Beginning just one week after 9/11 and extending for another three weeks, a highly weaponized and sophisticated strain of anthrax had been sent around the country through the U.S. Postal Service addressed to some of the country's most prominent political and media figures. As Americans were still reeling from the devastation of 9/11, the anthrax killed five Americans and sickened another seventeen.
As part of the extensive reporting I did on the subsequent FBI investigation to find the perpetrator(s), I documented how significant these attacks were in the public consciousness. ABC News, led by investigative reporter Brian Ross, spent a full week claiming that unnamed government sources told them that government tests demonstrated a high likelihood that the anthrax came from Saddam Hussein's biological weapons program. The Washington Post, in November, 2001, also raised “the possibility that [this weaponized strain of anthrax] may have slipped through an informal network of scientists to Iraq.” Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) appeared on The David Letterman Show on October 18, 2001, and said: “There is some indication, and I don't have the conclusions, but some of this anthrax may -- and I emphasize may -- have come from Iraq.” Three days later, McCain appeared on Meet the Press with Sen. Joe Lieberman (D-CT) and said of the anthrax perpetrators: “perhaps this is an international organization and not one within the United States of America,” while Lieberman said the anthrax was so finely weaponized that “there's either a significant amount of money behind this, or this is state-sponsored, or this is stuff that was stolen from the former Soviet program” (Lieberman added: “Dr. Fauci can tell you more detail on that”).
But what we do know for certain from this anthrax investigation is quite serious. And because it is quite relevant to the current debates over the origins of COVID-19, it is well-worth reviewing. A trove of emails from Dr. Anthony Fauci — who was the government’s top infectious disease specialist during the AIDS pandemic, the anthrax attacks, and the COVID pandemic — was published on Monday by BuzzFeed after they were produced pursuant to a FOIA request. Among other things, they reveal that in February and March of last year — at the time that Fauci and others were dismissing any real possibility that the coronavirus inadvertently escaped from a lab, to the point that the Silicon Valley monopolies Facebook and Google banned any discussion of that theory -- Fauci and his associates and colleagues were privately discussing the possibility that the virus had escaped from the Wuhan Institute of Virology, possibly as part of a U.S.-funded joint program with the scientists at that lab.
Last week, BBC reported that “in recent weeks the controversial claim that the pandemic might have leaked from a Chinese laboratory — once dismissed by many as a fringe conspiracy theory — has been gaining traction.” President Biden ordered an investigation into this lab-leak possibility. And with Democrats now open to this possibility, “Facebook reversed course Thursday and said that it would no longer remove posts that claim the virus is man-made,” reported The Washington Post. Nobody can rationally claim to know the origins of COVID, and that is exactly why — as I explained in an interview on the Rising program this morning — it should be so disturbing that Silicon Valley monopolies and the WHO/Fauci-led scientific community spent a full year pretending to have certainty about that “debunked” theory that they plainly did not possess, to the point where discussions of it were prohibited on social media.
What we know — but have largely forgotten — from the anthrax case is now vital to recall. What made the anthrax attacks of 2001 particularly frightening was how sophisticated and deadly the strain was. It was not naturally occurring anthrax. Scientists quickly identified it as the notorious Ames strain, which researchers at the U.S. Army lab in Fort Detrick had essentially invented. As PBS’ Frontline program put it in 2011: “in October 2001, Northern Arizona University microbiologist Dr. Paul Keim identified that the anthrax used in the attack letters was the Ames strain, a development he described as ‘chilling’ because that particular strain was developed in U.S. government laboratories.” As Dr. Keim recalled in that Frontline interview about his 2001 analysis of the anthrax strain:
We were surprised it was the Ames strain. And it was chilling at the same time, because the Ames strain is a laboratory strain that had been developed by the U.S. Army as a vaccine-challenge strain. We knew that it was highly virulent. In fact, that’s why the Army used it, because it represented a more potent challenge to vaccines that were being developed by the U.S. Army. It wasn’t just some random type of anthrax that you find in nature; it was a laboratory strain, and that was very significant to us, because that was the first hint that this might really be a bioterrorism event.
Why was the U.S. government creating exotic and extraordinarily deadly infectious bacterial strains and viruses that, even in small quantities, could kill large numbers of people? The official position of the U.S. Government is that it does not engage in offensive bioweapons research: meaning research designed to create weaponized viruses as weapons of war. The U.S. has signed treaties barring such research. But in the wake of the anthrax attacks — especially once the FBI’s own theory was that the anthrax was sent by a U.S. Army scientist from his stash at Fort Detrick — U.S. officials were forced to acknowledge that they do engage in defensive bioweapons research: meaning research designed to allow the development of vaccines and other defenses in the event that another country unleashes a biological attack.
But ultimately, that distinction barely matters. For both offensive and defensive bioweapons research, scientists must create, cultivate, manipulate and store non-natural viruses in their labs, whether to study them for weaponization or for vaccines. A fascinating-in-retrospect New Yorker article from March, 2002, featured the suspicions of molecular biologist Barbara Hatch Rosenberg, who had “strongly implied that the F.B.I. was moving much more slowly in its anthrax investigation than it had any reason to.” Like The New York Times, the magazine (without naming him) detailed her speculation that Dr. Hatfill was the perpetrator (though her theory about his motive — that he wanted to scare people about anthrax in order to increase funding for research — was virtually identical to the FBI’s ultimate accusations about Dr. Ivins’ motives).
But the key point that is particularly relevant now is what all of this said about the kind of very dangerous research the U.S. Government, along with other large governments, conducts in bioweapons research labs. Namely, they manufacture and store extremely lethal biological agents that, if they escape from the lab either deliberately or inadvertently, can jeopardize the human species...
... We do not know for sure if the COVID-19 virus escaped from the Wuhan lab, another lab, or jumped from animals to humans. But what we do know for certain — from the anthrax investigation — is that governments most definitely conduct the sort of research that could produce novel coronaviruses. Dr. Rosenberg, the subject of the 2002 New Yorker article, was suggesting that the F.B.I. was purposely impeding its own investigation because they knew that the anthrax actually came from the U.S. government’s own lab and wanted to prevent exposure of the real bio-research that is done there. We should again ponder why the pervasive mainstream doubts about the F.B.I.’s case against Ivins have been memory-holed. We should also reflect on what we learned about government research into highly lethal viruses from that still-strange episode. Subscribe now
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Getting back to Fauci and lies, on February 28, 2019, in "The Vaccine Reaction" with the article "Dr. Fauci, It's Not Nice To Fool Congress About Vaccine Reactions" it reported on Fauci's "bald faced lie or... ignorance under oath" about the "MMR vaccine":
"On Feb. 27, 2019, the U.S. House Subcommittee on Oversight and
Investigations... that was also broadcast live on C-span. Parents across
the nation watched... Anthony Fauci... either tell a bald faced lie or
show his ignorance when he testified, under oath, that MMR vaccine does
not cause encephalitis. This large dose of disinformation drew gasps of
protests from parents attending the Capital Hill hearing."
Vaccine zealot Fauci is so famous for his apparent lying (or ignorance) under oath to Congress about the MMR vaccine on February 27, 2019 that he was used as an example of what is meant by the word "Anti-Factser".
The well known Urban Dictionary website which defines new urban or pop culture words had the following post on the word "Anti-Factser":
"A person who does not either know or lies about the truth about the dangers of vaccines. A vaxhole. A provaxxer... When Dr. Fauci lied under oath about whether the MMR vaccine can cause encephalitis [a dangerous inflammation of the brain] he revealed himself to be an Anti-Factser."
(Urban Dictionary, "Anti-Factser," February 27, 2019, Presently Urban Dictionary has apparently deleted the post with the sentence: "Sorry, we couldn't find: Anti-Factser," but you can still find the above post on the Google page if you Google "Anti-Factser" and "lied under oath encephalitis.")
Fauci is such an exemplification and embodiment of what it means to be a propagandist for Big Pharmaceutical vaccine hype that he is an example of a anti-factser in a dictionary.
On the April 4, 2020, BBC's Yours News reported on why he might be a propagandist for possibly dangerous vaccines:
"[Big Pharmaceutical vaccine King Bill] Gates has lots of pull in the medical world, he has a multi-million dollar relationship with Dr. Fauci."
Pray an Our Father now for reparation for the sins committed because of Francis's Amoris Laetitia.